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How big are stainless steel lag bolts at Home Depot

18 8 Stainless steel is corrosion and rust resistant 18 8 Stainless steel is considered the fastener industry standard 10 32 Carriage bolts have a domed or countersunk head and the shank is topped by a short square section under the head All Carriage Bolts in this selection are Fully Threaded The square neck under the round head allows the bolt to set into the hole in the wood to prevent the head from turning Carriage Bolts are generally manufactured to the A Grade A specification in domestic or import Lag Bolts are directly screwed into wood Stainless Steel Bolts At Marsh Fasteners we Stock a Complete Line of Stainless Steel Hex Bolts Stainless Steel Lag Bolts Stainless Steel Carriage Bolts and Stainless Steel Cap Bolts Our Extensive Inventory of all These Categories Allows us to Offer you the Most Competitive Pricing Whether Your Looking for a Box or a Pallet Get free shipping on qualified Stainless Steel Lag Bolts or Buy Online Pick Up in Store today in the Hardware Department 1/4 in x 1 in Grade 18 8 Stainless On installation the Lag Bolt passes through two pieces of wood being connected the first piece of wood has a pilot hole that allows the bolt to freely pass through while the threads engage into the second piece of wood Domestic or import are available Diameter 3/8″ through 1″ Grades A Grade A A C 18 8 Stainless Steel Pilot Hole Diameter for Lag Bolts Bolt Dia Shank Unthreaded Pilot Hole Dia 3/8 3/8 15/64 7/16 7/16 9/32 1/2 1/2 5/16 9/16 9/16 23/64 6 more rows Inch Metric Neck Type Ribbed 13 Square Basic Material Stainless Steel Steel Material Grade A2 56 18 8 2 Class 4 6 Grade 2 3 Grade 5 Grade 8 38 If I specify ASTM A Grade B8M bolts with A Grade 8M nuts will this cause galling cold welding since they are made of the same material However from my research it seems that the stainless steel nuts and bolts are always specified as a matching pair identical material Stainless Steel Carriage Bolts An iron based material with a minimum of 10 5% chromium This material is known for its corrosion resistance and has varying strengths depending on the amount of chromium and nickel alloy The chromium forms a protective layer when exposed to oxygen keeping the steel underneath from corroding